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90s are well and truly back, whether you like it or not. We love it! And our guilty pleasure…The bucket hat. Britpop fans rejoice! Belt out Wonderwall and feel the wave of nostalgia!

The last time a bucket hat was seen in the UK was when Kevin and Perry went ‘Large’…So it’s a cheeky surprise that the simple hat was become this summers must have accessory. The leader of the pack was obviously Oasis front man Liam Gallagher, and if you’re like us…probably donned one at a Brit pop acid-house rave.


The bucket hat, which once stood for a mega sub-culture has sadly lost most of it roots. Rihanna has never had one off her head for the last few weeks, making it the new uniform for urban teens across the globe. If you’re a bucket hat connoisseur (born before 1985) show the youth how it’s done by going bold with classic prints.

90s fashion is back with vengeance and the bucket hat is just another addition to the class…jelly sandals, scrunchies and logo crop tops. Seen across SS15 catwalk shows at the likes of Burberry Prorsum, Rag & Bone and Isabel Marant, embrace it…go large or go home!